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Naturopathic and Conventional Medicine Team Up to Fight Cancer

November 18, 2014 3:00 pm
Naturopathic and Conventional Medicine Team Up to Fight Cancer

The Ottawa Integrative Cancer Centre (OICC) and the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) have been given a $3.85 million research grant to look into the effects of naturopathic medicine combined with conventional medicine. The two Ottawa-based institutions will be researching the effectiveness of different types of medicines used in conjunction with […]

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Youth on the Streets: Anything but Hopeless

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Youth on the Streets: Anything but Hopeless

Kevin Belisle begs for money and attention. He sits on Bank Street, holding a carton that reads, “Extremely hungry. Please help.” In his backpack: high school equivalency, a criminal record and a dirty jacket. Belisle, 23, doesn’t have a permanent address or a job. For a living, he paints walls, […]

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Dr. GM Geldert: A Pioneer of Radio Broadcasting

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Dr. GM Geldert: A Pioneer of Radio Broadcasting

Laudreville Daytime C.K.C.O. Studio, Somerset Street Ottawa native Shirley Shorter recalls a time when Canadian radio broadcasting was no more complex than a local talent performance airing live from the dining room of her Somerset Street West home. A recent interview with Mrs. Shorter, now 94-years-old, captures a period in […]

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Support the Community and Score Some Steals at Salvation Army

November 17, 2014 3:04 pm
Support the Community and Score Some Steals at Salvation Army

Over 100 years ago, General William Booth recognized a dire need for affordable goods, particularly geared towards the disadvantaged and excluded groups in the community. As a response, he created the Household Salvage Brigade, a group responsible for the collection of used household and everyday items. Today, we see Booth’s […]

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